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State health department warns of lead presence in recalled cups for toddlers

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www.supertalk.fm – Caleb Salers – 2023-11-29 07:59:56

SUMMARY: The Mississippi Department of is advising to discard PandaEar 's cups sold on Amazon due to a recall. Announced by the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission on November 22, the recall is due to high levels in the solder bead on the cup's bottom and a lid design that could break, creating choking and laceration hazards. Lead exposure is particularly dangerous to children, causing symptoms like headaches, abdominal pain, vomiting, and anemia. Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled cups and contact PandaEar for a refund.

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Ole Miss professor: D.K. Metcalf celebrating with sign language raises awareness for deaf community

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www.supertalk.fm – Caleb Salers – 2024-02-23 19:00:59

SUMMARY: NFL star D.K. Metcalf, who plays for the Seattle Seahawks, has uniquely utilized American Sign Language (ASL) to - opponents without incurring penalties. After learning ASL at in 2017, Metcalf started using sign language in , much to the delight of his former instructor Ronda and the deaf community. Bryan praises Metcalf's quick learning abilities and celebrates his use of ASL to bring awareness to the hearing-impaired community. Before joining the NFL, Metcalf, a second-round pick, showcased his talent at Ole Miss alongside A.J. Brown and has since become a key player for the Seahawks.

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U.S. Attorney’s Office announces sentences for 2 men selling meth in Mississippi

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www.supertalk.fm – J.T. Mitchell – 2024-02-23 14:19:09

SUMMARY: The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of Mississippi reported two drug-related sentences. Marcus Baldridge received a 17-year prison term for conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, after attempting to sell a pound of the drug. His co-conspirator Dremarcus Taylor is awaiting sentencing. Separately, Curtis Navelle Harrison, violating parole on a sentence, was given over 30 years for conspiracy involving methamphetamine and fentanyl; he was caught after a raid in a controlled purchase by undercover . The raid uncovered and evidence of Harrison's joint operation with Louis Booker, Jr.

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Meridian man sentenced to 20 years for robbing stores across Mississippi

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www.supertalk.fm – J.T. Mitchell – 2024-02-23 14:04:40

SUMMARY: Matthew Byrd, a 42-year-old man from Meridian, Mississippi, has been to over 20 years in prison for committing a of four armed robberies. The robberies took place between April 20 and May 15, 2022, across Lauderdale, Forest, and Hinds counties. During each incident, Byrd used a firearm to intimidate clerks and steal merchandise and money. He had already pleaded guilty to three counts of robbery and two counts of brandishing a firearm in furtherance of a of violence. Multiple enforcement agencies collaborated on the investigation.

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